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Amir Khan Record

Total Fights40
Title Wins2
Title Defenses5
Title-Fight KOs3
KO Wins21
KO Losses5
Amir Khan Record & Stats
Amir Khan's Record
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      What is Amir Khan's boxing record?

      In a professional boxing career spanning 16 years and seven months, Amir Khan fought 40 times with 34 wins and 6 losses.

      Khan retired from professional boxing with a record of 34-6, which included two super-lightweight world-title wins and five successful title defense fights. He had a 52.5% knockouts-to-fights ratio with 21 of his total 40 fights being knockout wins, three of which were in title fights. Khan suffered five knockout losses in his career, three of which were in title fights.

      His last fight was a 6th round TKO defeat to Kell Brook on February 19, 2022.

      Some of Khan's best fights and notable victories include wins over Hall-of-Famer Marco Antonio Barrera, Zab Judah, Andreas Kotelnik, Willie Limond, Devon Alexander, Marcos Maidana, and Paulie Malignaggi.

      40Feb 19, 202235Kell BrookLossTKO6
      39Jul 12, 201932Billy DibWinTKO4
      38Apr 20, 201932Terence CrawfordLoss *TKO6
      37Sep 8, 201831Samuel VargasWinUD
      36Apr 21, 201831Phil Lo GrecoWinTKO1
      35May 7, 201629Canelo ÁlvarezLoss *KO6
      34May 29, 201528Chris AlgieriWinUD
      33Dec 13, 201428Devon AlexanderWinUD
      32May 3, 201427Luis CollazoWinUD
      31Apr 27, 201326Julio DíazWinUD
      30Dec 15, 201226Carlos MolinaWinRTD10
      29Jul 14, 201225Danny GarcíaLoss *TKO4
      28Dec 10, 201125Lamont PetersonLoss *SD
      27Jul 23, 201124Zab JudahWin *KO5
      26Apr 16, 201124Paul McCloskeyWin *TD
      25Dec 11, 201024Marcos MaidanaWin *UD
      24May 15, 201023Paulie MalignaggiWin *TKO11
      23Dec 5, 200922Dmitry SalitaWin *TKO1
      22Jul 18, 200922Andreas KotelnikWin *UD
      21Mar 14, 200922Marco Antonio BarreraWinTD
      20Dec 6, 200821Oisin FaganWinTKO2
      19Sep 6, 200821Breidis PrescottLossKO1
      18Jun 21, 200821Michael GomezWinTKO5
      17Apr 5, 200821Martin KristjansenWinTKO7
      16Feb 2, 200821Gairy St. ClairWinUD
      15Dec 8, 200721Graham EarlWinTKO1
      14Oct 6, 200720Scott LawtonWinTKO4
      13Jul 14, 200720Willie LimondWinRTD8
      12Apr 7, 200720Stefy BullWinTKO3
      11Feb 17, 200720Mohammed MedjadiWinTKO1
      10Dec 9, 200620Rachid DrilzaneWinUD
      9Sep 2, 200619Ryan BarrettWinTKO1
      8Jul 8, 200619Colin BainWinTKO2
      7May 20, 200619Laszlo KomjathiWinUD
      6Feb 25, 200619Jackson WilliamsWinTKO3
      5Jan 28, 200619Vitali MartynovWinTKO1
      4Dec 10, 200519Daniel ThorpeWinTKO2
      3Nov 5, 200518Steve GethinWinTKO3
      2Sep 10, 200518Baz CareyWinUD
      1Jul 16, 200518David BaileyWinTKO1

      * World-title fight

      Boxing career

      Amir Khan (King) is a 37-year old retired British professional boxer. He was born in Bolton, Greater Manchester, England on December 8, 1986. He is a former super-lightweight world champion. His professional boxing career spanned more than 16 years — from 2005 to 2022.

      Khan made his professional boxing debut against David Bailey at the age of 18 on July 16, 2005, defeating Bailey via 1st round TKO. He went on to win 17 more consecutive fights after the debut, which included 13 wins via stoppage.

      He had his first world title fight at the age of 22 on July 18, 2009 after 21 professional fights, against Andreas Kotelnik for the super-lightweight WBA title. He defeated Kotelnik via 12 round unanimous decision to become the super-lightweight champion of the world.

      Amir Khan was a one-time unified super-lightweight world champion, and has won two world titles at super-lightweight. For all the details about Khan's world title wins and defenses refer to the "Championships" section below.

      Khan had a total of six losses in his professional boxing career.

      His last professional fight was a non-title bout against fellow British boxer Kell Brook on February 19, 2022. Khan lost the fight via 6th round TKO. It's been 2 years, 4 months, and 24 days since this fight.


      Khan had a total of 10 world-title fights, which includes winning two world titles and five successful title defenses. He won six of these fights and lost four.

      Title Wins

      Amir Khan fought for super-lightweight world titles in five fights and won two of these fights, winning one of them via way of stoppage. In total, he won two super-lightweight belts.

      DateOpponentDivisionTitles WonMethod
      Jul 23, 2011^Zab JudahSuper-lightweightIBFKO
      Jul 18, 2009Andreas KotelnikSuper-lightweightWBAUD
      ^ Became unified world champion

      Title Defenses

      Amir Khan had seven super-lightweight world-title defense fights. He won five of them and lost two times.

      Following is the table of his successful title defense fights, the next section has the fights where he lost his titles.

      DateOpponentDivisionTitles DefendedMethod
      Jul 23, 2011^Zab JudahSuper-lightweightWBA (Super)KO
      Apr 16, 2011Paul McCloskeySuper-lightweightWBATD
      Dec 11, 2010Marcos MaidanaSuper-lightweightWBAUD
      May 15, 2010Paulie MalignaggiSuper-lightweightWBATKO
      Dec 5, 2009Dmitry SalitaSuper-lightweightWBATKO
      ^ Became unified world champion

      Title Losses

      Amir Khan lost two world-title defense fights, and lost a total of three titles in these fights.

      DateOpponentDivisionTitles LostMethod
      Jul 14, 2012Danny GarcíaSuper-lightweightWBA (Super)TKO
      Dec 10, 2011Lamont PetersonSuper-lightweightWBA (Super), IBFSD


      Khan fought a total of 40 times during his professional career, which includes 10 world-title fights at three weight divisions. These seven fights are the highlight of his career.

      • March 14, 2009: Amir Khan puts on the first remarkable performance of his career, defeating Marco Antonio Barrera via 5th round technical decision.

      • July 18, 2009: Khan wins his first world title by defeating Andreas Kotelnik via 12 round unanimous decision. He is now the WBA super-lightweight world champion.

      • May 15, 2010: Khan successfully defends the WBA super-lightweight title against Paulie Malignaggi, winning the fight via 11th round TKO.

      • December 11, 2010: Khan successfully defends the WBA super-lightweight title against Marcos Maidana, winning the fight via 12 round unanimous decision.

      • July 23, 2011: Khan becomes a unified super-lightweight world champion by beating Zab Judah via 5th round KO. He now holds the WBA (Super) and IBF super-lightweight world-champion belts.

      • December 13, 2014: Amir Khan beats Devon Alexander via 12th round unanimous decision.

      • July 12, 2019: Amir Khan beats Billy Dib via 4th round TKO.


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